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See also Léthé
Latin, from Ancient Greek Λήθη (Lēthē).
Proper noun 
- (Greek mythology) The personification of oblivion, daughter of Eris; one of the rivers which flow through Hades, and from which the souls of the dead had to drink to forget their past lives spent on Earth.
Derived terms 
Related terms 
personification of oblivion
From Ancient Greek Λήθη (Lēthē).